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I ended up flashing the Stock ROM (using sammobile.com) back again and using the Stock Recovery to do a factory reset as the Team Win Recovery format didn't do anything. That did the trick, but of course all data is gone too. Oh well.
have you tried to wipe your data/cache + dalvik? For my experience, sometimes the black-screen is due to a bad-flashing procedure (not your fault) when something goes wrong. If you did not tried yet, try and let me know! Regards, Luca
You will have to Switch ON the phone in "Safe Mode" by pressing the volume down ,power and the home button all together and then factory reset your phone and later upgrade it through Odin or on a safer side use samsung kies for upgrading to a new OS!!
The steps below will walk you through clearing the partition on your device. This process will not delete any information from your device. 1. Power up the phone by pressing the VOL UP + VOL DOWN KEY together + POWER KEY . 2. The device will enumerate with different BOOT OPTIONS 3. Use the VOL DOWN Key to SCROLL and VOL UP Key to SELECT 4. Select ...
May be it got stuck in boot loop. You can recover your phone. Search the internet, preferably XDA forum, for your phone model. They will surely help you.
Fixed! I posted a similar question on xda.forums and was pointed in the right direction relating to fastboot protocol. My device was not showing as installed correctly in device manager and nothing seemed to fix it, re-installing/driver updates etc. I started from scratch by uninstalling the original Nabi drivers, java, sdk and adb drivers. (I kept ...
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I managed to unbrick my phone eventually. Tried to use RSD Lite with several images, but it would give an error and then the application would crash and leave my bootloader corrupt. I tried all the schemes I could find including: loading the image from root of C:, disabling UAC, etc., but nothing worked. Then I tried sbf_flash on Linux with the same image, ...
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